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THIMPHU: Bhutan's fertility rates has declined rapidly in the past three decades, from a high of 6.4 children per woman in 1982 to 1.9 in 2017, as per the newly published report on Harnessing demographic dividend in Bhutan on Tuesday (March 3).
SAN FIORANO, Italy (Reuters) - Teenagers with bottles of beer in their hands listen to loud music on a patchy lawn as a train speeds by the northern Italian town of San Fiorano, in a "red zone" - one of the areas placed under quarantine at the heart of Italy's coronavirus outbreak.
NEW DELHI (Bloomberg): US President Donald Trump met his Indian counterpart in New Delhi Tuesday (Feb 25), amid growing tensions between rival protesters in the capital and with a host of critical issues from defence to regional security on the agenda.
In its editorial, China Daily says that India is unlikely to simply follow in the US' footsteps in the region after the strategic balance it has achieved.
(Reuters) - A gunman opened fire at a flea market in Houston on Sunday, wounding seven people in an area known for its Hispanic community, with a suspect being taken into custody at the scene.
AALST, Belgium (Reuters) - A satirical Belgian carnival parade decried by Israel's foreign minister as "hateful" went ahead on Sunday despite being withdrawn from the United Nation's list of recognised cultural events over accusations of racism and anti-Semitism.
ON Thursday, Yogyakarta, Indonesia, hosted a Kebaya Festival, reportedly involving 2,000 women. It followed limited displays of women deliberately wearing kebaya in their daily activities, to assert their Indonesian identity including that of many who voluntarily wear the hijab.
AHMEDABAD: A festive mood has enveloped Ahmedabad in India’s northwestern state of Gujarat ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's meeting there on Monday (Feb 24) with President Donald Trump, whom he's promised millions of adoring fans.
NAIROBI (Reuters) - Whenever a more risque line shocks his audience into silence, Kenyan comic Brian Onjoro knows he can rescue his set with a sure-fire punchline: the country's leaders.
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Ten ballet dancers train at a barre, straightening their lithe limbs and standing on their toes to the accompaniment of a classical pianist.